J&T Express “attaches significant importance to the Latin American market”
J&T Express, an international express logistics company, announced last week that it has officially entered the Latin American market and successfully launched its network in Mexico.
This latest expansion brings J&T Express’ global network coverage to a total of eleven countries, enabling the logistics leader to support its customers to further tap into the e-commerce boom by reaching global markets beyond Asia.
With 12 sorting centers and 26 distribution centers in Mexico, the network covers key regions in all 32 Mexican states. As an important aspect of its courier service, the Mexican version of the J&T Express mobile application will also be launched soon.
“As part of a new generation of express logistics companies with increased focus on internationalisation, J&T Express attaches significant importance to the Latin American market,” said Charles Hou, Group Vice President of J&T Express. “The launch in Mexico is an integral step in the expansion of our global network, which further demonstrates the benefits of the regional sponsorship model in our global expansion. In the future, we hope to continue building our competitive advantage through refined local operations, our unique management model and technological improvements, to provide customers with quality logistics experience.”
Ryan Zhang, Head of J&T Express Mexico, said, “Mexico is a logistics hub in Latin America, and home to the headquarters of many Latin American companies. It serves as an important strategic channel for J&T Express to continue its expansion in the market. This network launch is another milestone in J&T Express’ international strategy, and we hope to create a pleasant courier and shipping experience for our Mexican customers through efficient and high-quality services.”
Previously, J&T Express’ delivery network covered ten countries and regions including China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Singapore, the UAE and Saudi Arabia. Following the successful launch of the network in Mexico, J&T Express’ first stop in Latin America, the company aims to further cultivate emerging markets and expand its global footprint in the future to connect the world with greater efficiency and bring the benefits of logistic services to all.
Andrew Sim, CEO of J&T Express Singapore, said, “With e-commerce becoming more cross-border, the expansion of J&T Express’ global network coverage to include Mexico will bring greater opportunities for J&T Express customers in Singapore. Alongside strengthening our international delivery capabilities here, our expanding network will enable our customers to ride a growing wave of e-commerce internationally by opening new doors to reach wider markets beyond Asia.”
This milestone is one of several strategic initiatives undertaken by J&T Express recently as it aggressively expands its global coverage to offer customers extensive e-commerce reach. In Singapore, as the one-stop e-commerce solutions expert, J&T Express has built its current suite of offerings including last-mile delivery, fulfilment, sales channel management, and international shipping which has been enhanced to cover over 220 countries and regions worldwide. The newly launched warehouse at Changi Airfreight Center will ensure greater efficiency and security of quality international delivery services offere